Ingmar Guandique, 27, Salvadoran illegal alien, warrants for arrest of Chandra Levy’s murder
The official said Washington, D.C., authorities submitted evidence to the U.S. Attorney’s Office to obtain an arrest warrant for Ingmar Guandique, who will be served papers in California and likely will be flown to Washington to hear the charges against him.
Irony? Harry Reid has filed another Amnesty bill for Illegals just like the one that murdered Levy. Obama has promised them Amnesty, last week the stimulus bill allowed for 3 million more jobs for males just like Ingmar. Just another illegal alien doing what comes naturally whle the feds completely ignored him as a lead, just like 9-11 was the fault of our government that remains pro-illegal no matter what crimes are committed. Did they drop this case because Congress and the President are so pro-illegal?
Investigators also interviewed Ingmar Guandique, 27, a Salvadoran illegal alien who has denied any involvement in Levy’s disappearance and killing.
Guandique was convicted of attacking two women in Rock Creek Park shortly after Levy disappeared and is serving 10 years at a federal prison in California
Michael Doyle of the Modesto Bee describes what happenedA woman in the red-brick apartment building next to
his, close to Rock Creek Park, had come upon him
hiding in the corner of her bedroom.
“She started to scream,” the police report stated,
“which caused (him) to flee out the front door.”
Police who subsequently searched Guandique found him
with one large screwdriver, two small screwdrivers
and a gold ring that belonged to his neighbor. They
found that the woman’s deadbolt had been
“destroyed,” and they charged Gaundique with
attempted burglary and released him. 
Guandique was a Salvadoran, and friends and family say that he came to America illegally a year and half earlier. Illegal or not, he was arrested, charged with attempted burglary, and released from custody. Is there any reason to think he would behave differently and could now be trusted among us? No, there is not. It is only asking for trouble, and trouble we got.
A week later, May 14, with only the first glimmer of a report of Chandra’s disappearance having made it to print, an obviously unchastened Guandique was hanging out near the Broad Branch and Beach intersection. Matthew Cella and Jim Keary of the Washington Times report:
[About] 6:30 p.m. Halle R. Shilling, 30, was jogging
at the Pierce Mill Road parking lot. She was running
north on Beach Drive when she saw Guandeque sitting
on the curb on the west side of the Broad Branch
He began running after her, then caught her. He
pulled a knife on her after grabbing her around the
neck. She screamed, pushed his face with her hand
and fled. 
Niles Lathem of the New York Post added this:
She said Guandeque bit her when she tried to push
him away and he fled. 
The Washington Post and Modesto Bee quoted a victim impact statement she wrote a year later:
“I began screaming as loud as I could,” wrote the
first victim, 30, who had taken a self-defense
course. “We continued to wrestle. He shushed me. I
continued to scream, knowing that the cars driving
by on Beach Drive . . . well hidden from view by the
trees, were drowning out my voice. . .‚. I do not
doubt for a minute that he purposefully stalked me
as a hunter tracks his prey.” 
“I know, in my gut, that given a chance he would not
hesitate to repeat his crime on some other woman,
and it scares me to think what would happen if she
was not prepared with some sort of self-defense.”
At 5-foot-10 and 160 pounds, Shilling was larger
than Guandique. She fought back and,
“inexplicably,” she said, he ran away. 
And he did strike again. Matthew Cella and Jim Keary of the Washington Times describe it:
Christy C. Wiegand was similarly assaulted by
Guandeque on July 1 about 7:30 p.m., court records
showed. She was jogging on Beach Drive when she saw
Guandeque standing beside the trail. He began to run
after her and grabbed her from behind. He then
pulled her off the trail.
He took out a knife as he held Miss Wiegand, a 26-
year-old lawyer originally from Pittsburgh, by the
chin and covered her mouth because she was
screaming. She freed herself when she felt him lose
his grip. 
Helen Kennedy of the New York Daily News adds:
In the second attack, he came up behind the victim
as she reached the crest of a hill. He grabbed her
and they fought, rolling down the hill into a
ravine, where he held a knife to her throat before
she ran away.
“I was terrorized by the knowledge that my life
might end in a ravine in Rock Creek Park,” the woman
Sari Horwitz and Allan Lengel of the Washington Post quoted her court statement:
According to court records, including written
statements from Guandique’s victims, the park
assaults were remarkably similar. He went to Rock
Creek Park, fell in behind the women as they were
jogging in isolated sections of the park, jumped
them and pulled them to the ground. In both attacks,
he brandished a knife.
In the second attack, Guandique pulled the woman off
“When my attacker dragged me into the ravine,
holding a knife against my throat and covering my
mouth, I thought and still think today that he was
going to rape me or try to kill me,” the woman, 26,
wrote. “I feared for my life…
Her assailant “was extremely strong, and with his
hand cutting off my air and the knife at my throat I
didn’t feel I could struggle for very long. He was a
bold and practiced attacker . . . [who] waited until
he thought I was fatigued from jogging up a hill and
purposely selected a secluded spot right next to a
As in the first attack, the woman was able to break
away and flee. Cut and bruised, she flagged down a
motorist and reported the incident to the U.S. Park
Police, who arrested Guandique about 45 minutes
later at Joyce Road and 16th Street NW. She
identified him. Under questioning, he told police
about the earlier incident. 
Michael Doyle of the Modesto Bee adds more of her statement:
“What struck me most was that within 10 seconds, I
was off the jogging path in the woods, struggling to
scream and out of sight of any passers-by,” recalled
the woman, who at the time was a 26-year-old recent
law school graduate. “Until that day, I never
realized how quickly someone with the advantage of
surprise and a weapon can put a person in a position
of total isolation and helplessness.” 
This coming from a woman who was a former varsity rower and stood 5 foot 11, weighing 175 pounds. The two women escaped Guandique’s attacks, but they were both tall and strong. Chandra was in superb condition and had taken self defense training, but was much more petite than these women at 5 foot 3 and 110 pounds, just one of many good reasons not to be out in the middle of a forest to start with. These women Guandique attacked were running within sight of the heavily travelled Beach Drive.
The second attack was two weeks before the FBI would finally get back to the D.C. police with the information that Chandra had looked up a map of Rock Creek Park on her computer and the subsequent search of the park by police. According to the Washington Post:
D.C. police first spoke to Guandique about the Levy
case in the summer of 2001 after U.S. Park Police
alerted them to his arrest in the jogger assaults,
according to court records. But law enforcement
sources said they found nothing to indicate he was
involved in her disappearance, especially since, at
the time, they weren’t aware that her body was in
the park. 
Reports: Arrest close in Chandra Levy slaying
– WASHINGTON – An arrest may be near in the nearly decade-old slaying of federal intern Chandra Levy, whose disappearance in 2001 ended Gary Condit’s congressional career, several television stations reported.So did this illegal Ingmar kill Chandra? No matter how much crme is committed by illegals or how close to the capital it comes( think 9-11) our insane Congress and President want to let more in.
The California Democrat was romantically linked to Levy, but was not considered a suspect in her death or disappearance. Television stations, KFSN and KCRA in California and WRC in Washington, D.C., reported that police were seeking an arrest warrant.
Levy’s parents said Friday outside their Modesto, Calif., home that police called them and told them an arrest was near.
“Your child is dead and gone and it’s painful, but we’re glad that the police and people are doing something, and investigating, and making a difference so somebody’s not on the street to do it again,” Chandra’s mother, Susan Levy, told KGO-TV in San Francisco.
The parents did not say when an arrest warrant might be issued.
The 24-year-old Levy disappeared in May 2001 and at the time, she was wearing jogging clothes when she left her apartment. Her remains were found in Rock Creek Park in Washington about a year later.
Authorities questioned the married Condit in her disappearance. He reportedly told police that he and Levy were having an affair, and while he was not considered a suspect, the negative publicity was cited as the main cause of the Condit’s re-election defeat in 2002.
Investigators also interviewed Ingmar Guandique, 27, a Salvadoran immigrant who has denied any involvement in Levy’s disappearance and killing.
Guandique was convicted of attacking two women in Rock Creek Park shortly after Levy disappeared and is serving 10 years at a federal prison in California.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier would not comment Saturday on the imminent arrest reports.
After Condit did not get re-elected, he sued several media outlets that had connected him to the disappearance and death of Levy. He reached an undisclosed settlement with three tabloid newspapers.On May 7, 2001, six days after Chandra disappeared, Ingmar Guandique, 19, was arrested for breaking into a neighboring apartment. His apartment building was on Somerset Place NW, about two miles up Blagden and 16th St. from the intersection of Broad Branch, Beach, and Ridge Roads where one can trek up Western Ridge horse trail to grove 18.
Senator Harry Reid approves of this message. Numbersusa would like to stop murders of Americans by Illegals.